Yesterday, Argentinean prosecution accused Daniel Muñoz, former secretary of the late former President Nestor Kirchner, within the open cause over the alleged handling of money, within the seat of the executive, reported judicial sources to local media.
The allegations were made on a television program by former presidential collaborator Miriam Quiroga, who claimed to have seen Muñoz with bags of cash in the Pink House (Government House), which were brought by bussinesmen Lazaro Baez, among others.
In this program, Quiroga claimed that those bags were destined to the presidential residence of Olivos and the Kirchner family recidence in the province of Santa Cruz.
Last week, Quiroga was subpoenaed to testify before Federal Judge Julian Ercolini, who investigates an alleged conspiracy which involves the Kirchner-Fernandez’s family as well as officials and businessmen in their environment.
However, in that occasion, Quiroga did not address the alleged bags with money, that’s why the Prosecution requests her appearance.
On the other hand, Argentine Justice issued an precautionary measure that restrains the Necessity and Urgency Decree (DNU) driven by the mayor of Buenos Aires, opposition representative Mauricio Macri, to protect “freedom of speech and press” against the alleged ‘harassment’ by the government to the media. The judge accepted the appeal filed by the legislators that support Kirchner